Voter Fraud: Hundreds of Mail-In Votes Thrown Away In New Jersey


Democrats love to pretend voter fraud doesn't exist, but here's another news story that challenges that suggestion.

Four men in New Jersey have been charged with voter fraud after a May 12th special election when over 800 voters purportedly went uncounted.

Andrew Mark Miller reports:

Paterson, New Jersey, City Councilman Michael Jackson, Council-Elect Alex Mendez, and two other men have been charged with voter fraud, according to NJ.com. This comes after the Passaic County Board of Elections had opted not to count 800 ballots across several different municipalities.
Jackson, 48, and Mendez, 45, were charged with fraud related to casting mail-in votes, unauthorized possession of ballots, tampering with public records, and falsifying public records. Mendez was also charged with election fraud.
Authorities began investigating after reports surfaced that hundreds of mail-in ballots were found in a Paterson mailbox and another one in Haledon.
Mendez and Jackson are both accused of approaching voters in the district and taking their mail-in ballots for delivery without being authorized as the bearer, and in Mendez’s case, he also allegedly acquired and submitted at least one voter registration application for someone who knew to be ineligible to vote.

NEW JERSEY, USA - MARCH 10: Paterson 1st Ward Councilman Michael Jackson attends a session at Paterson Municipal Council in Paterson, New Jersey, United States on March 10, 2020. City Council of Paterson, New Jersey approved an ordinance that allows the adhan, the Muslim call to prayer, to be broadcast over loudspeakers. (Photo by Tayfun Coskun/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

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